Improved Chipping in One Easy Lesson

Today I had Puji and Dinushi for their first lesson with me at Cardinia Beaconhills Golf Links.

Both players have great swings but are not achieving good impact alignments.  Introducing better impact alignments in chipping first is a great way to monitor success before progressing to a full swing.

Dinushi Chipping Before and After

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Puji Chipping Before and After

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Both Dinushi and Puji achieved an awesome result with better compression and faster ball speed off the club face.  Their homework now is to ensure their new technique becomes more automatic and to learn to control their distance through The Landing Zone Chipping Drill.

Puji lives in an apartment with no room outdoors to practice his chipping.  Here is a photo he sent through.  He set up an area in his hallway to practice his landing zone drill.  He landed 21 out of 30 on the towel with his first attempt with his new technique.  Great result!!!

Indoor Chipping Practice Setup

Kindest Regards

David Williams
AAA Rated – PGA Teaching Professional
Cardinia Beaconhills Golf Links
Upper Beaconsfield, Melbourne, Australia

David is also a Master Instructor with the Medicus Golf Institute

Professional Golf Lessons in Melbourne

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2 Responses so far.

  1. Willow says:


    It is always great to work with students who are obviously committed to improving their golf. You both improved your ball striking considerably and I look forward to assisting you on your journey.


  2. Puji says:

    Hi David,

    Thanks again for the lesson. We really appreciated the time you gave us during our first lesson today.

    The drills and more importantly, the knowledge will definitely go a long way. I have already begun practicing, but will keep you updated with our progress.

    Looking forward to our next lesson.



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